Unmasking terror: a global review of terrorist activities
On the second anniversary of 9/11, The Jamestown Foundation began publishing the Terrorism Monitor. Jamestown has since added Terrorism Focus to its body of analytical work on terrorism. These publications have served the media, policymaking, intelligence, and academic communities as the only periodicals in circulation devoted to examining the inner-workings of terrorist groups and the global implications of terrorist acts. Unmasking Terror brings to gether the unique perspectives of some of the world's leading experts on al-Qaeda and international terrorism. The second volume of Unmasking Terror contains articles published from September 11, 2004 to Septemeber 11, 2005. Book jacket.
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